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Rock 02/03/2018

Vitamin String Quartet Delivers A Hypnotic Take On Flaming Lips' Whimsical Hits

Vitamin String Quartet Delivers A Hypnotic Take On Flaming Lips' Whimsical Hits
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) This April, Vitamin String Quartet continues their tradition of putting a virtuosic spin on music's most popular hits with this special Record Store Day release of the quartet's hypnotic, all-strings take on the acid-tinged, psychedelic rock of The Flaming Lips hits "Do You Realize??" and "All We Have Is Now." Praised for its "sonic perfection" (Nerdist), VSQ has captured the iconic sounds of The Flaming Lips with just a pair of violins, a viola and a cello.

These tracks will be available on 7" vinyl on Saturday, April 21, and as a digital single on Friday, April 27, just in time for VSQ's show at LA's The Hotel Cafe on Thursday, April 26.

'VSQ Performs The Flaming Lips' "Do You Realize??" and "All We Have is Now"'
Side A - Do You Realize??
Side B - All We Have Is Now

About Vitamin String Quartet:
Vitamin String Quartet has been turning the hits of today inside out since its inception in 1999, creating cutting edge renditions of everyone from Ed Sheeran to Ozzy Osbourne, Lady Gaga to Lynyrd Skynyrd, to even Kanye West and composer John Williams. The group -- produced by LA-based indie CMH Label Group -- features a rotating cast of top-shelf players and has released well-over 300 records. Praised by the likes of Buzzfeed, Los Angeles Times, New York Observer, Consequence of Sound and more, VSQ has accumulated more than 440 million streams, 3.8 million downloads, over 1 million physical units and averages more than more than 700k monthly listeners. VSQ has also earned numerous Billboard chartings and prominent placements in TV and film. Recent releases include songs from Kanye West, The

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